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PS.62 The Copy Store provides a number of office-related services. As part of time study, they want to calculate how many feet their workers walk on an average day, based on their current store layout. This first table below shows the distances between the store's work centers (in feet).
Distances Between Work CentersFrom To Counter Fax Copier Cutter Binder Counter 0158918Fax150102535Copier81001224Cutter92512010Binder183524100
This second table shows how many trips are made to and from each work center combination.
Trips (Load) Between Work CentersFrom To Counter Fax Copier Cutter Binder Counter 046681315Fax24035118Copier4612099Cutter18734024Binder22511160
What is the daily load X distance (in feet) for this store layout?
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PS.72 A toy manufacturer wants to produce and sell an upscale toy NASCAR racer. Eight steps or tasks are required to assemble these high-end toy cars. Daily demand is 64 units and there are 600 minutes available each day to meet this production quota.
Task Req'd Time (in minutes) Predecessor A7NoneB4NoneC5A, BD9CE4DF4EG8EH9F, G
What is the total time (in minutes) to produce one car?
What is the takt time (in minutes) for this production line? (Display your answer to a one decimal place.)
What is the theoretical minimum number of workstations required for this production line? (Round up your answer to the nearest whole number.)
Which task should you assign to workstation 1?
Which tasks should you assign to workstation 2? (In the field below, write the number that corresponds to your answer. Do not put a period after the number.)
- B and C
- C and D
- E and F
- C and F
Given your task assignments to workstations, what is the actual number of workstations required?
What is the cycle time (in minutes) for this production line?
What is the combined idle time (in minutes) for this production line?
What is the overall efficiency for this production line? (Input your answer as a percentage. Display your answer to two decimal places.)